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Fearless and compassionate in the face of any disaster striking Houston, Trae the Truth stands up to the challenge when his home or his neighbors are threatened. When Hurricane Laura decimated parts of Lousiana, Trae mobilized the “Relief Gang” to help out our neighbors in Lake Charles and surrounding communities.
“There’s debris all over the place. They’re not gonna have power for 28 days, so you know it’s only right that we help them out the same way they stood up for us during Harvey,” Trae said in Friday’s Instagram message urging others to help Laura victims.
Riding along with Trae will be 30 to 40 trucks, piled with shovels, axes, chainsaws, pallets of water and gas.
“We are teamin up and gathering supplies, chainsaws and axes and other things to assist Lake Charles in the A.M.,” Trae wrote on Instagram.
During Hurricane Harvey, Trae the Truth went the extra mile. He and the ‘Relief Gang’ gave back to hundreds of Houstonians during Harvey, through rebuilding homes and boat rescues.
“We got access to a boats, we got the trucks. We went yesterday to the site where the National Guard was. We slept out there all night. Waiting for calls,” Trae said in an interview during Hurricane Harvey.
Thousands of people are still struggling without power or water along the Louisiana coastline, according to the Associated Press. Victims who returned to their homes discovered houses without roofs and virtually no power and utilities.
If you want to join Trae and help Louisiana neighbors, you can reach out to @reliefgang hotline at 346.857.9617 or email@example.com.